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Reader comment on item: The Guantánamo Arrests – What Do They Mean?
in response to reader comment: Japanese Internment and Muslims

Submitted by A lover of the English language (Amanda) (United States), Nov 3, 2009 at 18:55

Just for 'future' reference, if 'you're' going to use 'excessive' 'quotations' you should 'learn' to 'cite' your 'sources' instead of 'appearing' to be 'uneducated' about your 'subject.'

I find your arguments unreliable because you're constantly quoting something that doesn't exist. Forgive me for judging you, but if the only way you can prove a point is by attempting to make up sources or mock points others have made without validating yourself, I can't understand why I should ever believe in anything you say either.


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